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The Joint was Jumpin'

The Metrognomes belted out an evening of hot licks on Saturday, April 16 at the Hudson Grill in Midtown. 

The joint was jumpin' all night long. 

Swing dance lessons, snacks, drinks, friends and a rock solid performance by the 'Gnomes rounded out the evening with a good time had by all.

Hooray for Y'Allywood!
On Saturday, March 26 the Concert Band presented an EPIC evening of music from film, includin
g a special focus on productions filmed right here in Atlanta!  

The program spanned the decades from "Gone With the Wind" to "The Hunger Games", visiting a number of blockbuster and award winning films along the way.  With music of John Williams, Henry 
Mancini, and Alan Silvestri in store as well as a special visit from a terrifyingly radioactive Japanese dinosaur.

The concert was even more "EPIC"  with musicians from our sister bands across the region to join us for the first-ever Southeastern Regional event for the Lesbian and Gay Band Association with a performing ensemble of nearly 100 musicians!

"Hooray for Y'allywood!" was supported in part by the Atlanta Mayor‘s Office of Cultural Affairs.  Funding for this program is also provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners under the guidance of the Fulton County Arts Council.

We have even more great concerts and events coming in 2016.  Check out our Performances page for all the details on the shows and find out about our great deals on season ticket packages!

Atlanta Freedom Bands was honored to be the first-ever LGBT-identified participant in the March 12, 2016 Atlanta Saint Patrick's Day Parade!  
The parade is our city's longest-running social event, dating back to 1858.